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not know it was a law. >> kevinna coleman lives in a home that uses propane but did not know about a year old state law that requires single family homes to have carbon[lxtu monoxide dedoctors. cal fire estimates only one in 10 homes does. >> i"&e;ñ have heard sad storien the news of families that have perished because they didn't have one. >> it is known as silent killer because gap is odorless and colorless. according to cal fire nearly 500 people die nationwide every year of the poisoning and sends 20,000 to the emergency room that. is why detectors were mandated a year ago, to save lives. november is carbon monoxide wareness month. this is the time of the year people don't know it is around them. >> a lot of cases they're fatal. people don't recognize symptoms. they think they have the flu. they continue to subject them selfs to high levels. >> starting january 1 multi unit residences rb required to have alarms installed. they range from $20 to $40. some fire departments give them out free. authorities want to emphasize the detectors are not the same as smoke detectors. kevinna is do
a disturbing incident. her mouth and there was a salty liquid. the da told us the former principal broke the law by not reporting her]avgç suspicions.. >> our concern is that statute put in place for protection of children. if you're going make a decision you need to err on the side of protecting the child. >> the teacher chandler and lack of action against him triggered a civil lawsuit this, complaint says at least five people at the school and school district were awear o of -- aware of inappropriate behavior of female teachers and perhaps children, dating back to 2005. this attorney represents a 10-year-old student and her mother. >> no action was taken against him whatsoever. despite red flags that happened with locked door, he was allowed unfettered access to these children. >> the defense told the jury the principal was conned by an evil man and says the former principle's character is enough to find her not guilty. and it was reiterated what you told us yesterday about chandler he told lynn, a seriesuik8 of lies. at the time they made sense, consistent with everything the student
and pushing them away and i was just shouting this is not us, we don't do this and sucker punch, kicking, blood, blood, blood and that is ail remember and my friends came to help me and drug me out of there. >> his nose was broken and he had gashes on his face and two chipped teeth. word of the bravery got to supervisor scott weiner and he invited him to sit with him in the vip section of the civic center ceremonies. >> more people need to do that. we are all tempted to stand back and let whatever happens happen. >> he bumped into the friend who pulled him out and saved him from more serious is injury. i asked him later are why he would risk taking on a violent mob. >> you don't want to see anything like this happen to your city, you know. i'm the only one that should have a black eye and not the city of san francisco. i'm a product of the city. i'm a native son and still proud of everything that it has given me he. i wanted to give something back and nothing like this should happen. >> any regrets, would you do it again? >> absolutely. >> simon says he doesn't think of himself as is a h
is not denying is he in this photograph, using a heavy metal barricade. the 22-year-old walked foot hall of justice today accompanied by his lawyer and his parents. >> the victory brought out the best of san francisco and the worst in gregory. >> others in the crowd helped vandalize the bus. the driver managed to get eight passengers off. they torched. the bus was valued at $1 million. simon was beaten unconscious by the mob he tried to stop vandals and told abc 7 news that he saw granis help destroy the bus. >> like a monster, just pummeling this vehicle with people inside. and you think how can anyone live with themselves or get in the mind set to do that? >> granis pleaded not guilty. you may have more legal problems.. >> we're also exploring the possibility of getting restitution for him. and he'll be held liable for damages to the vehicle. >> with granis fighting back tears the attorney told reporters his client hopes san franciscoins willing forrive him. >> he's very ashamed and sorry. now, he's going to set an example, making amends. he only hopes san francisco will find it in the
. it was a conference of the u.s. green building counsel. they say the need for an extra generator that has been paid for, but not installed yet. >> yes.3%]h a group in san francisco fighting for right to be naked in public going to court tochl pose what it considers an attack on civil rights. nudists held a rally in san francisco and filed a class action lawsuit asking a judge for a temporary restraining order against the city. they say being naked in public is protected political speech. >> we're talk mog than just first amendment rights. people doing overboard. >> san francisco was pilt on barbary coast, built off sex and gambling. it does not have a purist origin. >> there will be another protest on saturday. next week, the full board will take a vote on the proposed ban its too chilly in the sierra to go without clothes. after a dismal ski season, weather seems to be cooperating. two resorts opened today. and north star, rather than truckee. the resorts are licking their chops. >> this is actually the earliest opening in north star history. that is four decades of operation, they're excited abou
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